Carters of Moseley to permanently relocate to a new location

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Brad Carter's Michelin-starred Carters of Moseley is set to make a permanent move to a new location in early 2024.

The decision to relocate Carters of Moseley permanently comes after the restaurant embarking upon a temporary relocation to a glasshouse at Westlands in Evesham over the summer.

The move allowed for a summer pop-up experience, making use of the supplier's edible herbs, flowers, and plants, with the pop-up venture scheduled to conclude on 5 November.

Following this, Carters of Moseley will transition to its new permanent home, the exact details of which are yet to be finalised, according to a story published in Birmingahm World.

During its time at Westlands, the restaurant's team has delighted diners with an exquisite eight-course menu priced at £85.

The menu draws inspiration from the local area's rich natural offerings, embracing a philosophy rooted in celebrating ultra-British seasonality.

To enhance the experience, an outdoor terrace has been ingeniously crafted for the pop-up, with the generous support of Gusbourne, a producer of sparkling wine.

Established in 2010 by Brad and Holly Carter, Carters of Moseley holds an esteemed reputation, boasting three AA rosettes and a Michelin star since 2015.

Additionally, Brad Carter is the creative mind behind the One Star Döner Bar kebab shop concept, which successfully launched in Manchester during the year 2021.


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Editor 25th August 2023

Carters of Moseley to permanently relocate to a new location